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THIS DAY IN SOCCER HISTORY
1967-Peter MacParland and Rusty Kindratiw score to give Washington Britanica their third straight American Soccer League win, 2-0 over the Philadelphia Ukranians.
1974-The Seattle Sounders sign 1969 North American Soccer League MVP Pepe Fernandez for the 1975 season.
1976-The Las Vegas team in the North American Soccer League is named the Quicksilvers.
1980-Giorgio Chinaglia, Julio Cesar Romero and Seninho score as the New York Cosmos play Seville Betis to a 3-3 draw in Spain.
1980-Madison Square Garden Corp. decides to sell the Washington Diplomats, who announce a five- game tour starting in Japan.
1980-The Atlanta Chiefs acquire the NASL's fourth all-time leading scorer, Paul Child from the Calgary Boomers in exchange for the No, pick in the 1981 draft and an undisclosed amount of cash.
1980-Jimmy Hill, principal owner of the Detroit Express announces that the team will remain in the Motor City for the 1981 season.
1981-New Jersey businessman Joe Raymond, the former owner of the American Soccer League's New Jersey Americans, purchases a controlling interest in the MISL's Philadelphia Fever.
1982-Julie Veee scores four goals to lead the San Diego Sockers past the St. Louis Steamers 6-5 in front of 16,462 fans at the Checkerdome.
1983-Julie Veee scores three goals and assists on three others as the San Diego Sockers defeat BK Hacken to win the International Indoor Soccer Invitational at the San Diego Sports Arena.
1983-Alan Kelly scores a goal and adds two assists as the Los Angeles Lazers spoil the MISL debut of Tacoma Stars in front of a crowd of 12,284 at the Tacoma Dome.
1983-More than 12,000 fans donate a total of $65,627 to keep the Tulsa Roughnecks alive.
1999- Ricky Tangredi makes 12 saves in his NPSL debut as the Montreal Impact defeats the Buffalo Blizzard 10-4
2000-Jason Dunn scored 8 points (0-3-1-1) to lead the Wichita Wings over the Detroit Rockers 19-8
2006- Paul Dalglish scores two goals to lead the Houston Dynamo to a 3-1 win over the Colorado Rapids and advance the team to MLS Cup.
2006- Taylor Twellman's goal books a ticket to MLS Cup for the New England Revolution, who notch a 1-0 victory over D.C. United in front of 19,552 fans at RFK Stadium.
2007- Bruce Arena leaves the New York Red Bulls as coach and sporting director, the MLS team According to the Red Bulls, the MLS club and Arena mutually part way, but there were indications that he was fired.
2008- Nicole Barnhart and Briana Scurry combined for the shutout as the United States and South Korea play to a scoreless draw in front of 5,877 at Paul Brown Stadium.
2009- The first team into the MLS Cup playoffs was the first team to be knocked out, as the defending champion Columbus Crew blow a two-goal lead and fall 3-2 to underdogs Real Salt Lake in the return leg of their Eastern Conference semifinal series at Columbus Crew Stadium.
2010- For the first time ever, the United States will not be one of the two teams advancing to the Women's World Cup from the CONCACAF qualifying tournament, falling 2-1 in the semifinals to Mexico at Estadio Quintana Roo. The loss means the US can finish no higher than third, needing then to win a home-and-home playoff with Italy on Nov. 20 and 27 to qualify for the World Cup.
2013- Zoe Redei and Mallory Pugh score in the 36th and 62nd minutes as the U.S. Under-17 Women's National Team defeats Canada 2-0 to win Group B at the 2013 CONCACAF U-17 Women's Championship in Montego Bay Jamaica.
2016- Sinisa Ubiparipovic smashes a 20-yard shot into the upper corner for the game's only goal as Indy Eleven defeat FC Edmonton, 1-0, in an NASL semifinal played before a sellout crowd of 9,702 fans at Carroll Stadium.
2016- Yohandry Orzoco scores in the 90th minute to lift the New York Cosmos to a 2-1 comeback over Rayo OKC in the North American Soccer League semifinals at Shuart Stadium, putting the Cosmos into their third title game in four years.
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